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[audio]John Cage interview and performance, Empty words, August, 1974. - Cage, John
Second half of an interview and performance by John Cage. Including a performance of "Empty words" with audience participation. (Continued from A002A)
Downloads: 993
[audio]John Cage studio performance, January, 1979. - Cage, John
A John Cage studio reading of "Mureau", "She's asleep", and "Six melodies for violin and keyboard."
Downloads: 1,613
[audio]John Cage interview and performance, Empty words, August, 1974. - Cage, John
First half of an interview and performance by John Cage. He discusses his "Empty words" concert, Henry David Thoreau, modern art, and "Mureau," a work combining music and Thoreau. (Continues on A002B)
Downloads: 2,420
[audio]Art of poetry reading at the Naropa Institute. - Campbell, Duncan; diPrima, Diane; Ginsberg, Allen; Giorno, John; Trungpa Rinpoche, Chogyam; Waldman, Anne
A lecture and reading with Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Diane diPrima and John Giorno. The talks include Trungpa Rinpoche on Tibetan poetry, fundamental craziness, how to be a poet, and an exerpt of a Trungpa Rinpoche question and answer session. The readings include Trungpa Rinpoche's "Cynical Letter," Ginsberg's "Energy Vampire," Waldman's "Fast Speaking Woman," diPrima's "Ave," and Giorno's "Suicide Sutra." The event ends with a spontaneous talking poem by everyone...
Downloads: 844
[audio]Jim Carroll class, Poetics and music, June, 1986. - Carroll, Jim
First half of the second installment of Jim Carroll's class on poetry and music. Carroll plays recordings of his songs as well as songs from Phil Ochs. He also discusses his collaboration with Doors musician Ray Manzerick, conversations with Lou Reed, and how he approaches the difference between writing lyrics, music, and poetry. (Continues on 86P006)
Downloads: 532
[audio]Jim Carroll reading at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. - Carroll, Jim
A reading by Jim Carroll, includes musical perfomances with accompaniment by Steven Taylor, of the Fugs, at the Boulder Museum of Contempary Art (BMoCA). The performance includes Carroll's "Facts," "8 Fragments for Kurt Cobain," "Train Surfing" and "People Who Died."
Keywords: New American Poetry; political poetry; music and literature; performance poetry
Downloads: 4,902 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(2 reviews)
[audio]Jim Carroll class, Poetics and music, June, 1986. - Carroll, Jim
Second half of the second installment of Jim Carroll's class on poetry and music. Carroll plays recordings of his songs and discusses his music, including a collaboration with Ray Manzerik of the Doors. The tape ends with a performance by the class. (Continued from 86P005)
Downloads: 237
[audio]Jim Carroll class, Poetics and music, June, 1986. - Carroll, Jim
The second half of a Jim Carroll class on poetry and music. Carroll disusses jazz, blues, popular music, poetry and his own band. The first third of the tape includes questions and discussion about Allen Ginsberg. (Continued from 86P003)
Downloads: 347
[audio]Jim Carroll class, Poetics and music, June, 1986. - Carroll, Jim
First half of a Jim Carroll class on poetry and music. Carroll discusses the differences and similarities between lyrics and poems. Included are excerpts from Carroll's work, including his songs "American Express" and "Shapeshifter." Carroll also discusses his own process in writing lyrics and songs. (Continues on 86P004)
Downloads: 697
[audio]Poetry reading - Part 2 - Carroll, Jim; Sikelianos, Eleni; Taylor, Steven; Waldman, Anne
Second third of a reading beginning with Eleni Sikelianos' "Little Pasha," "The Wild Beasts," "The Miners," "I Like the Way You Touched Me Last Night," "Psalm," "From my Shoe," "After that I went to work in a sugar factory," "The Emotional Stomach" and "The Blue Coat." Anne Waldman continues with the "I'm a woman and I have a job" joke and the levitating story, followed by a reading of "Simulacrum." Steven Taylor joins Anne and they play two Tibetan love songs...
Downloads: 328
[audio]Poetry reading - Part 3 - Carroll, Jim; Taylor, Steven
Final third of a reading with Jim Carrol's "Genius is not a generous thing," "I want the Angel" and "A day at the races" from Forced Entries. The reading ends with an acknowledgment to all of the participants. (Continued from 95p069-070.) Keywords: New American Poetry, performance poetry, political poetry, music and literature
Downloads: 420
[audio]Anne Waldman and Jim Carroll reading, July, 1986. - Carroll, Jim; Waldman, Anne
First half of a poetry reading with Jim Carroll and Anne Waldman. Carroll reads "A day at the races," "The poet and the vibrator," "The new ordeal," "With Van Gogh," "Homage to Gerard Manley Hopkins," "For Elizabeth," "Fallen heroes" "For my generation" and "A child growing up with the sun." Waldman reads "Coup de grace," "Out there," "Eyes in all heads to be looked out of," "Ballade" (translation), "Sidney's complaint," "Queen" and "Bardo corridor." (Continued on 86P084)
Downloads: 489
[audio]Anne Waldman and Jim Carroll reading, July, 1986. - Carroll, Jim; Waldman, Anne
Second half of a poetry reading with Jim Carroll and Anne Waldman. Waldman reads "Skin meat bones," "All hollow's eve" (with flute accompaniment), "Sisters," "A dialogue between a silicon child and a clematis flower" (with saxophone accompaniment), "Too bad trains," "The tundra and the waves," "You're like ice" (with drums and gourd accompaniment) and "Anarchy." (Continued from 86P085)
Downloads: 419
[audio]On the road: The Jack Kerouac conference, Ann Charters workshop, July, 1982. - Charters, Ann
First workshop of the Jack Kerouac conference, sponsored by the Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado. Anne Charters (biographer and Kerouac Scholar) tells how Kerouac's books have influenced her and a generation. She goes into detail about his style and the influence he had on her as well as her works. Her main focus is on Kerouac's book On The Road and how the book should be seen as one of the most important American novels.
Downloads: 2,676 4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars(3 reviews)
[audio]Allen Ginsberg and Anne Charters lecture on Vladimir Mayakovsky, July, 1981. - Charters, Ann; Ginsberg, Allen
Author and editor Ann Charters joins Allen Ginsberg for a class focusing on the work and life of Russian poet Vladimir Mayakovsky. Ginsberg and Charters discuss Mayakovsky's poetry, including "Lenin," "About this," "On the nature of love," "Sergei Yesinin," and "At the top of my voice," his play "The bedbug," his love affairs and his work for, and complicated relationship with, the Communist Party.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg and Ann Charters class on Jack Kerouac and Russian Futurists, July, 1981. - Charters, Ann; Ginsberg, Allen
Allen Ginsberg and Ann Charters class on Jack Kerouac and Russian Futurists, discussing Kerouac's method of revision, his five-cent notebooks, his book Old Angel Midnight, methods of composition, his 1956-1959 notebooks, James Joyce's Molly Bloom and Finnegan's Wake, Buddhist Shakespearean plays, Kerouac's On the Road scroll, Visions of Cody and Dharma Bums, and a short discussion of the Russian Futurists.
Downloads: 1,412 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Allen Ginsberg and Ann Charters class on Russian Futurists, July, 1981. - Charters, Ann; Ginsberg, Allen
Allen Ginsberg and Ann Charters class discussing and reading from Russian Futurists. Topics include Sergei Esenin's book Confessions of a Hooligan, Vladimir Mayakovsky's poem "A Cloud in trousers," Mayakovsky's biography and prison story, rebellion's relationship to Punk, utopian heroic Communism, linguistic exploration, and Lenin and Trotsky on Russia's $150 million loan.
Downloads: 1,052 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]On the road: The Jack Kerouac conference, Sam Charters lecture, Jack and jazz, July, 1982. - Charters, Sam
Sam Charters lecture on Jack Kerouac and jazz at the Jack Kerouac conference, sponsored by the Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado. The lecture includes discussions on jazz of the Beat generation, be-bop, Thelonius Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, and a recording of Kerouac and Steve Allen reading "Mexico City blues."
Downloads: 8,036 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(4 reviews)
[audio]Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche Tibetan poetry reading - Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche Tibetan poetry reading with English translations by David Rome, August, 1975.
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[audio]On the road: The Jack Kerouac conference opening panel, July, 1982. - Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche; Ginsberg, Allen
The opening session of On the road: The Jack Kerouac conference sponsored by the Naropa Institute. Allen Ginsberg, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and others make welcoming remarks and introduce films that were shown at the event.
Downloads: 487 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and William S. Burroughs reading, August, 1976. - Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche; Ginsberg, Allen; Rome, David; Waldman, Anne
First half of a reading by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and William S. Burroughs. Ginsberg reads "Ayer's rock," "December 1974," "Hospital window," "C'mon Jack," "Don't grow old" and "Father death blues." Waldman reads "Musical garden," "Energy crisis," "Boulder poem" and "Shaman hisses." David Rome reads Trungpa's "Song of the white banner," "Letter to Marpa," "In spring," spontaneous poems, "1111 Pearl Street" and "Zero is nothing." (Continued on 76P123.)
Downloads: 1,318 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche Tibetan poetry reading with English translations by David Rome, August, 1975. - Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche; Rome, David
A reading of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche's poetry written in English, as well as his poetry written in Tibetan and translated into English by Trungpa Rinpoche with British and American friends. Trungpa Rinpoche introduces each poem and reads portions in the original Tibetan accompanied by David Rome reading the English texts.
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[audio]Honoring the muse, Readings, June, 2000. - Christopher, Lee; Field, Thalia; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Jones, Hettie; Myles, Eileen; Regan, Max; Vega, Janine Pommy; Waldman, Anne
First half of a benefit for the Boulder County Safehouse, a shelter for battered women. Female poets read their own work, and the work of other women poets. Readers include Lee Christopher, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Max Regan, Thalia Field, Julie Kizershot, Eileen Myles, Hettie Jones, Janine Pommy Vega, and Anne Waldman. The readings include Lee Christopher's "Sister Margaret," Sandra Cisneros's "Salvador late or early" (read by Julie Kizershot), and Janine Pommy Vega's "Abuse." (Continues on 00P01...
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[audio]Andy Clausen on Mayakovski 08/05/1980 - Related tape 80P133 - Clausen, Andy
Andy Clausen gives lecture on Vladimir MAyakovski. He begins by giving some historical information about his life and the events occuring in the USSR at this time. He reads Myakovski's "And yet," sections of "The clouded trousers" and "Order Number 2" aloud. This tape ends with the beginning of "La Parisian" being read aloud. Related tape 80P133. This is class 1 of 2.
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[audio]Reading with Whalen Clausen Hollow part 1 July 1980 - Clausen, Andy; Ginsberg, Allen; Whalen, Philip
80p182 and 80p181 contain parts 1 and 2, respectively, of a reading given on 7/23/80 by Allen Ginsberg, Andy Clausen, and Philip Whalen. 80p181 contains additional material: a reading given by Anselm Hollo on 7/30/80. [Note: Hollo appears to be the final reader at another event, although it is not clear which tape contains the rest of this event. This is part 2 of 2.
Downloads: 62
[audio]Reading with Whalen Clausen Hollow part 1 July 1980 - Clausen, Andy; Hollo, Anselm; Whalen, Philip
80p182 and 80p181 contain parts 1 and 2, respectively, of a reading given on 7/23/80 by Allen Ginsberg, Andy Clausen, and Philip Whalen. 80p181 contains additional material: a reading given by Anselm Hollo on 7/30/80. [Note: Hollo appears to be the final reader at another event, although it is not clear which tape contains the rest of this event. This is part 1 of 2.
Downloads: 257
[audio]Steve Clay Interview Conversation on Craft June 2004 - Clay, Steve; Wille, Andrew
A Steve Clay interview, Conversation on Craft. Andrew Wille interviews Steve Clay about being the publisher of Granary Books. They focus on the history, the process, the technology, and the use of collaboration.
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[audio]Andrei Codrescu finishes faculty reading, June 2000. - Codrescu, Andrei
Second half of faculty reading from Summer Writing Program. Andrei Codrescu finishes the excerpt from his novella.
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[audio]Andrei Codrescu Workshop Exquisite Corpses July 1991 - Codrescu, Andrei
Andrei Codrescu, Workshop, Exquisite Corpses. Andrei Codrescu presents a workshop in which students write, read and discuss exquisite corpses.
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[audio]Andrei Codrescu lecture, Surrealism and the suggestions of the unconsciousness, July, 1988. - Codrescu, Andrei
An Andrei Codrescu lecture on surrealism and the suggestions of the unconsciousness. Codrescu discuses what surrealism is, automatic writing, William S. Burroughs, and cut-ups. Codrescu also reads from his book, The Disappearance of the Outside. The lecture concludes with a question and answer period.
Downloads: 3,478 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]The state of Romania. - Codrescu, Andrei
A lecture bu Andrei Codrescu speaking about his experiences in Romania with National Public Radio during the Romanian revolution. Keywords: New American Poetry, New York School, society and literature, protest poetry
Downloads: 555
[audio]Andrei Codrescu lecture on writing and publishing, June, 2002. - Codrescu, Andrei
Lecture by Andrei Codrescu focusing on writing and publishing, especially as it relates to his experience in Romania. He discusses publishing with a focus on small presses run by writers. The lecture follows Codrescu's personal history, moving to New York in the 1960s where he encountered the mimeograph as a printing press. The talk continues with the end of the mimeograph era and the beginning of the perfect bound printing methods of the 1980s and the electronic printing technology of the 1990s...
Downloads: 1,480 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Jack Collom reading on eco-literature. - Collom, Jack
Jack Collom reads a long piece on eco-literature followed by cut-ups and a question and answer session.
Keywords: New American Poetry; performance poetry; experimental writing; ecoliterature
Downloads: 280
[audio]Joanne Kyger, Nathaniel Mackey, William Corbett, and Anselm Hollo reading, Poetics: American mythology, July, 1993. - Collom, Jack; Corbett, William; Hollo, Anselm; Kyger, Joanne; Mackey, Nathaniel
First half of a Naropa Institute faculty poetry reading, with Joanne Kyger, Anselm Hollo, Nathaniel Mackey, and Bill Corbett. (Continues on 93P054)
Downloads: 248
[audio]Jack Collom, Carl Rakosi, Robert Creeley reading, June, 1998. - Collom, Jack; Creeley, Robert; Rakosi, Carl
Jack Collom, Robert Creeley, and Carl Rakosi reading. Collom reads "Pawnee Pass," "Wild goose," "Dead birds," "Le specter de la rose," and others. Creeley reads "Flaubert's early prose," "The place," "Arroyo," "If I had my way," and others. Rakosi reads "The weightlifter," "The voice of the people," "The old codger's lament," "Ground breaking," "Ten meditations," and others.
Downloads: 289
[audio]Robert Duncan Memorial October 1988 - Collom, Jack; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Waldman, Anne
A memorial reading for Robert Duncan recorded Oct. 18, 1988 at Naropa featuring Anne Waldman, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Jack Collom and others.
Downloads: 66
[audio]Panel on poetry and ethics part 2 June 2004 - Collom, Jack; Henderson, David; Waldman, Anne; Zamora, Daisy
Continued from 04P015 this panel of PoEthics, recorded June 7, 2004 during the Summer Writing Program at Naropa, is mostly a question and answer period. Topics covered include, Poets Against the War, poetry in capitolism, the state of American values, and motivation to keep writing. This is part 2 of 2.
Downloads: 118
[audio]Surrealist poetry reading, July, 1988. - Collom, Jack; Hollo, Anselm
Second half of a Surrealist poetry reading at Naropa Institute. Anselm Hollo reads "Don't drop the yule log on your foot" and other poems, and Jack Collom reads "From pandoric brain." (Continued from 88P019)
Downloads: 381
[audio]Eco-poetics panel. - Collom, Jack; Kyger, Joanne; Schelling, Andrew; Waldman, Anne; Warshall, Peter
Wide ranging panel discussion on topics of ecology, dharma, enviornmental protection, the language and stories of those realms, and their implications for new writing.
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; spirituality and literature; activism
Downloads: 451
[audio]Collom reading - Collom, Jack; Mayer, Bernadette
An energetic reading by Jack Collom of his work. He reads a few pieces of various lengths - relatively short to quite long.
Downloads: 78
[audio]Ken Mikolowski, Steven Taylor and Peter Lamborn Wilson reading, July, 1995. - Collom, Jack; Mikolowski, Ken; Taylor, Steven; Wilson, Peter Lamborn
A reading by Ken Mikolowski, Steven Taylor, and Peter Lamborn Wilson with introductions by Jack Collum. Mikolowski reads several short poems. Taylor performs works including "Blow away ye northern wind", "Photographs", and "Histories." Wilson ends with a reading from "The Architectionality of psychogeographicism or the hieroglyphics of driftwork," an excerpt from the book The Assasins, and two selections of commentary by others.
Downloads: 424
[audio]Jack Collom, Harryette Mullen, Lorenzo Thomas reading, July, 2000. - Collom, Jack; Mullen, Harryette; Thomas, Lorenzo
Second half of a Naropa Summer Writing Program reading, with Jack Collom, Harryette Mullen, and Lorenzo Thomas. Collom reads "Look at the pretty cows, Betty." Mullen reads poems from his book Sleeping with the Dictionary, and Thomas reads "The working days," "Art for nothing," and "Back in the day." (Continued from 00P085)
Downloads: 323
[audio]Jack Collom and Sonia Sanchez reading, July, 2003. - Collom, Jack; Sanchez, Sonia
Second half of a reading, with Jack Collom and Sonia Sanchez. Collom reads from his sonnets and Sanchez reads "Poem for some women," blues haiku, and "Middle passage." (Continued from 03P091)
Downloads: 325
[audio]Clark Coolidge class part 4 July 1980 - Coolidge, Clark
A class, "Rotating Shakespeare," taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute July 2, 1980. Coolidge finishes reading Timon Of Athens to the class culminating with Q & A session. This is part 4 of 4.
Downloads: 61
[audio]Clark Coolidge and Michael McClure reading, July, 1977. - Coolidge, Clark
Second half of a Michael McClure and Clark Coolidge reading. Coolidge concludes his reading of his poem, "American Ones." (Continued from 77P106)
Downloads: 211
[audio]Clark Coolidge class, Art is material thinking, August, 1977. - Coolidge, Clark
First half of a Clark Coolidge class. Coolidge discusses many quotes that inspired him, and discusses writers writing about their own work. The recording ends about twenty minutes into the class.
Downloads: 1,128
[audio]Clark Coolige class 1 - Coolidge, Clark
A class taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute July 1, 1980. Coolidge discusses the work of painter Philip Guston. Coolidge spends the majority of the class reading a poem series written in response to a painting series by Guston. This is class 1 of 2.
Downloads: 129
[audio]Clark Coolidge jazz lecture, July, 1986. - Coolidge, Clark
Second half of a Clark Coolidge lecture about jazz, including a discussion about his musical background accompanied by recordings of old jazz records. (Continued from 86P008)
Downloads: 1,689
[audio]Clark Coolidge class part 1 June 1980 - Coolidge, Clark
A class taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute June 30, 1980. Coolidge spends the majority of the class "introducing" Shakespeare to his students. To illustrate he reads from Antony And Cleopatra and Timon Of Athens as well as from Melville's Moby Dick and Kerouac's Visions Of Cody. This is part 1 of 4.
Downloads: 156
[audio]Clark Coolidge class part 2 - Coolidge, Clark
A class taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute June 30, 1980. Coolidge speaks about Shakespeare's Timon Of Athens. This is part 2 of 4.
Downloads: 94
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